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G-Force-Meter app for iPhone and iPad

4.0 ( 4800 ratings )
Utilities Sports
Developer: tecDev
4.99 USD
Current version: 1.1.1, last update: 1 year ago
First release : 30 Mar 2013
App size: 22.17 Mb

G-Force-Meter is the perfect app to measure, present and record acceleration forces in every imaginable situation!

To do this, the app uses the iPhones accelerometer to display the forces of every direction separatly as well as combined to one resultant force.

The integrated recording function allows you to save your measurements and analyse it whenever you want. Therefor, data like gps position, speed, altitude and time is recorded as well to give you a more accurated opportunity to evaluate your rides.

Regardless of whether you are recording something or not, you allways can follow the forces live with the help of a neat race inspired gauge.
There is also a live graph showing you all three forces in a coordinate system.

G-Force-Meter is not only for the use in a car, but thanks to its manifold recording and adjustment opportunities also perfect for the use on a bike or during the daily jogging.

The app is absolutely advertising free and offers a superb cost-benefit ratio, which is unique in this segment. It doesnt rely on unnecessary functions that nobody understands and drains out your battery. It just provides essential features in a stunning quality with a pleasing design.

As a special feature, G-Force-Meter gives you the opportunity to export your recorded and saved data via email as csv-file for an even more precise analysis.

Latest reviews of G-Force-Meter app for iPhone and iPad

Funny and nice App...
for an engineer ! A very sensitive App that I use on my bicycle or my car to mesure acceleration. I like it but I did not put 4 stars because the latest version does not enable to reset the ball whatever the phone position. In the former version, it was possible...
Great App
Initial tests suggest it works as designed. I would prefer an option to export the CSV in English as my German is more than a little rusty.
Good idea, poorly executed
This starts as a good program, but it lacks the ability to change the units between Metric and Imperial, and when in the panning graph mode, what this program reports as a vertical force is actually horizontal acceleration, and vice versa.
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